On-hands teaching (really)

As a student, Yale psychology professor Gregory Samanez-Larkin hated his statistics class. As a researcher studying human decision-making, he came to embrace the importance in everyday life of statistical concepts such as probability. As a Yale professor teaching charged with teaching introductory statistics, he turned usual teaching techniques upside down to drive these lessons home. For more information about Yale's psychology programs, visit  http://www.yale.edu/psychdus/DUSHome.html

As a student, Yale psychology professor Gregory Samanez-Larkin hated his statistics class.

As a researcher studying human decision-making, he came to embrace the importance in everyday life of statistical concepts such as probability.

As a Yale professor charged with teaching introductory statistics, he turned usual teaching techniques upside down to drive these lessons home.

Learn more about Yale’s psychology programs.

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